dressing gown


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Synonyms for dressing gown

a robe worn before dressing or while lounging

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Ms Windsor told the ECHO: "I couldn't believe somebody would take a dressing gown and bag and sunnies off a snow woman.
As a student, the dressing gown was a mainstay of my daytime wardrobe.
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A GRANDAD jumped on his bicycle in a dressing gown and chased vandals who damaged his home.
A SCHOOLBOY who was found dead with a dressing gown cord wrapped around his neck did not commit suicide, a coroner ruled.
Onlookers might have been forgiven for thinking that the F1 heiress was going out, except she was wearing a short white dressing gown rather than a glamorous dress.
THE snap of Cheryl Cole in her M&S pink dressing gown backstage at The X Factor has put the fear of God into other women.
I was wandering around in my dressing gown, running a bath when, suddenly, I felt this horrible pain in my back," said the 38-year-old.
In the non-chalant solo, "A Needle in a Haystack," Astaire sings and dances with the insouciant grace that was his instant trademark, flipping his dressing gown to his manservant and lightly ascending a chair.
Isolated but for the intruding shadows witnessing his pending demise, in a drab dressing gown, generic, exposed, and vulnerable, Goya embodies the plight of the sick.
Running down the stairs to turn on the telly to see pictures being beamed back from South Africa may well be too much for me and I can't rule out a nasty tripping incident involving my fluffy slippers and dressing gown cord.
Adapting David Leavitt's The Page Turner for the screen, gay Catalonian filmmaker Ventura Pons shows himself to be very comfortable in Leavitt's twee cerebral world, where a 60-ish music impresario wears a silk dressing gown to greet the hustler out of the back pages of Unzipped and seduces a young musician to a Scarlatti harpsichord piece.
The scenario, in which Jane, robed in a white dressing gown with a hangman's noose around her neck, pours a pitcher of water into an aquarium in which her sister's head is partially submerged, initiates a spellbound circularity.